Cairo Governor Khaled
Abdel Aal and Executive Director of the National Training Academy Rasha Ragheb
witnessed Tuesday the graduation ceremony of a new batch of Diwani Kofaa
Program at the headquarter of the academy, including 58 trainees from Cairo
governorate employees aged from 30 to 45 years old.
Diwani Kofaa Program
launched by the NTA aims to prepare and qualify human cadres to accomplish their
responsibilities and improve their abilities in leadership, public policy, and
During the ceremony,
Abdel Aal praised the role of the academy as a national institution that was
able to gain a good reputation locally and globally because of the effort of
its employees and workers.
Abdel Aal also
hailed the academy's great efforts to improve the performance of the state's
administrative apparatus employees to raise their awareness and enhance their experience,
thus contributing to the ongoing development process. It will also help to improve
their personal and managing skills.
Moreover, Abdel Aal
emphasized that there is active cooperation between the Cairo governorate and
the academy in many fields. He added that the applicants must pass the
leadership competitions held by the governorate and personality tests of the
academy to assume leadership positions.
The governor further said that the program is
part of a protocol signed between the Cairo governorate and the NTA in line
with the political leadership's instructions to improve the state's administrative apparatus and
the governorate's keenness to enhance the human element skills and empower
youth to improve the services provided to citizens.
The governor pointed out that
the academy offers a variety of training programs to the employees of the Cairo
governorate and its affiliated directorates, including current trends in human
resources management, cyber security, globalization, project management,
effective strategic planning, and teamwork management.
Furthermore, the governor
hailed the trainees who passed the first course and proved their keenness to
improve their skills and abilities through their serious interaction during the
training. He also asked the trainees to apply what they have learned and to
pass it to their colleagues to help make a difference in the workplace.
The governor added that the
governorate would expand the training programs by the signed protocol with the
NTA, as training is one of the key mechanisms of improving employees'
For her part, Dr. Rasha Ragheb welcomed the
governor, asserting that the Cairo governorate is one of the pioneering institutions
that participated in the Diwani Kofaa Program. She added that the academy
training programs are designed to meet the goals and needs of different
institutions and authorities.
Source: Media Department, Cairo Governorate